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Never miss out on a daily deal ever again. We track all the deals from group buying sites like Scoopon, Spreets, Groupon, Living Social, JumpOnIt, Catch of the Day, Ouffer and many many more. You’ll be amazed at just how many deals we track each and every day! Forget visiting a dozen or more sites a day. Get your entire deal fix on one site.
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Deals and Ouffer to merge
Two of the largest group buying sites in Australia are joining forces. Ouffer and Deals are powerhouse sites in NSW and VIC respectively. By merging together they will become Australia’s 6th largest group buying site operating. This can only mean one thing, more exciting deals for all!
Scoopon sells 670,000 Hungry Jacks vouchers. That’s a lot of burgers!
One of Australia’s leading group buying sites, Scoopon, has partned with fast-food giant Hungry Jacks to bring out a special $2 voucher that entitled lucky customers to a Whopper Burger and Fries. The deal went viral around the nation and was soon breaking records left, right and centre. By the end of the 48 hour sale period the partnership had sold over 670,000 vouchers, a record group buying deal not only in Australia but also worldwide. It now proudly stakes itself as the biggest selling deal in Australia (by vouchers sold) and the second biggest selling deal in the world.
The demand for the vouchers and traffic to the site was so huge that it overwhelmed the Scoopon website and servers for periods during the sale. Not only that, but it ‘broke’ their deal counter at the 500,000 voucher mark. I guess they never expected to be this huge! Be sure to sign-up to Buyii’s daily deal email so you don’t miss amazing deals like this again
Travel deals now the most popular
2012 saw many group buying sites offers deals on travel and accommodation in order to meet consumer demand. Australian’s are known as some of the most frequent travellers in the world and with the strong Australian dollar against foreign currencies, Aussies have been eager to snap up discounted deals on accommodation, travel packages and holidays to Australi and around the world. Bali is the most popular travel overseas travel destination and it comes as no surprise that deals to Bali resorts and hotels have been the most popular among deal hunters. Buyii will soon be launching a special ‘Travel’ section on the site to cater just for travel deals. The special Travel section will allow you to find and filter deals based on your favourite travel destinations like Bali, Thailand, Europe and many more destinations.
Groupon Australia partners with Westfield Shopping Centres to drive localised deals.
This partnership by Westfield and Groupon Australia is one initiative to increase consumers spending at Westfield’s retails stores and tap into the online retail market. The partnership has been timed with the official launch of Westfield’s ‘Deals & Sales’ hub on the Westfield online website.
Westfield Shopping Centres have identified online retail as an important strategy in plans to increase revenue in retail spending.
Westfield Shopping Centres belong to the largest shopping centre group in Australia and also one of largest in the world. Managing Director of Westfield Australia, Robert Jordan said ““With over 60 per cent of shoppers researching online before heading in store, and value a key driver of purchases online, it’s important that Westfield provides great deals online that drive shoppers into Westfield centres or onto westfield.com.au,” said Jordan.”
This partnership between Groupon Australia and Westfield will give Groupon access to larger range of localised deals and also drive significant growth for Westfield retailers as they are now able to target new customers. The partnership has been heavily promoted by both Groupon and Westfield with a strong email campaign to existing subscribers promoting the new exciting deals available for purchase online or via the Groupon mobile app. One of the first deals to be offered is a special t-shirt printing Sydney offer that allows users to design and print their own custom t-shirts.
Living Social completes full acquisition of Australian start-up JumpOnIt.com
One of Australia’ first and biggest group buying companies has been acquired by international giant Living Social. JumpOnIt is one of the major players in the group buying industry with the largest social fanbase of all the group buying sites, in excess of 1 million facebook fans. Living Social is the worlds second biggest group buying company and one of the few competitors to Groupon. Living Social’s involvement with JumpOnIt goes back to 2010 when they invest $5 million dollars into the then young but fast growing Australian company. The investment and subsequent partnership saw JumpOnIt utilising its existing local resources to help launch Living Social’s presence in Australia. Soon both companies solidified themselves as one of the four major group buying players in Australia and many reports indicated they had the highest revenue and growth in the final half of 2011.
A large marketing investment (rumoured to be over $10 million in the past yar) and focus on social media & traditional marketing saw Living Social gain rapid market share in the past year. In December last year, SMH reports that senior execs from both companies finalised the full acquisition of JumpOnIt and for it to become a subsidiary of the LivingSocial brand. While figures have not been publicly reveals most industry analyst estimate the deal to be larger then that of the Yahoo7 acquisition of Spreets for $40million dollars early in 2011.
Brendan Lewis, Living Social corporate communications manager said “We are very happy with what we see as a vibrant business and we look forward to giving them the tools to continue with innovation and market leadership downunder.”